Uterine rupture

What is Uterine rupture?

Uterine rupture is a potentially catastrophic event during childbirth by which the integrity of the myometrial wall is breached. In an incomplete rupture the peritoneum is still intact. With a complete rupture the contents of the uterus may spill into the peritoneal cavity or the broad ligament.

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my wife is 25 years old, pregnant at 36 weeks and 3 days. Her last period was on December 31st. our first visit to Obstetrician was when...

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I am pregnant and already have one baby with a prior c section 3 years back. I am expecting in late XXXXXXX The baby should have been head down by...

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hi . i am 8 months pregnant . i had a c-sectiion in my first pregnancy . , my doctor told me that this time my placenta has gained maturity and its...

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Do not worry. Grading of placenta is done to know the maturity and sufficeincy of placental tissue. High grade...

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